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Top 10 Movies Of The 2000s

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This decade saw Hollywood turn to computers even more to tell their stories, and a wide variety of genres experience success. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today, in this installment of our series on the greatest movies of all time, we're counting down our picks for the top 10 movies of the 2000s. Special thanks to our users ibriers 1, Mattyhull1, Sean Branham, Andrew A. Dennison, and Joe Boyle for submitting the idea on our Suggest Page at WatchMojo.com/suggest! Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top%2010%20Movies%202000s If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Check us out at Twitter.com/WatchMojo and Facebook.com/WatchMojo We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out http://www.WatchMojo.com/store for more info. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/E7am/
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Text Comments (14108)
Finlay Roberts (2 days ago)
Where is hacksaw ridge
Oprea MRadu (2 days ago)
Best of all time: 10:Fight club 9:Legends 8:Lowless 7:Brave Heart 6:The Departed 5:Good Wll Hunting 4:Snatch 3:Black Howk Dawn 2:Schindler List 1:Saiving Private Rain
Kris L (3 days ago)
You forgot minority report.
Danyel Henrique (4 days ago)
We all should just be happy there are so many great films to disagree about... The 2010 won't be that good.
Patrick Dhlamini (5 days ago)
Avatar did not make it into the list... Come on
Lord of the Rings shall rule them All!
Nolan (8 days ago)
No Country for old men is so overrated
Big J (9 days ago)
Oceans 11 should have been honorable mention
Azmi Umair (9 days ago)
Where is Iron man
Shriram Baindur (9 days ago)
Inglorious basterds????!!!!!!
mryoyoserpico (10 days ago)
You can't have just one lord of the rings movie as the best and not the others! You have to include them all at the same time!
Fischbuden-Fritz LP (10 days ago)
2019 and still 480p..✔️
Zom-B Madness (10 days ago)
Seriously? You put on The Incredible but not Memento? Fucking-a you guys can be so dumb at times.
Bezawada Prakash (11 days ago)
Nobody likes Italian Job?
Kathy Ford (12 days ago)
Casino royale
King jr Productions (13 days ago)
Drive should be there
Sandy Correia (14 days ago)
Where was Inglourious Basterds, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and X-Men. Those movies should've been on this list as well. Once again WatchMojo proves that they don't know what the fuck their doing
soumyajit chakraborty (15 days ago)
In the mood for love, rest follws
UndeadPizza80 1 (15 days ago)
I personally enjoyed LOTR more than TDK, although that will be my top 3 movies of all time. It was just a lot of fun to watch, having incredible moments just in that movie. Everyone thinks differently, and if you say TDK is better, okay go ahead. If you say that Xmen Origins: Wolverine was enjoyable to watch. Ummmmmmmmm......
francesco bonetalli (16 days ago)
1-The Dark Knight 2-The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 3-Gladiator 4-Inglorious Bastards 5-The Departed 6-Memento 7-Up 8-Minority Report 9-Avatar 10-The Bourne Identity
Nicholas Kaestner (16 days ago)
honorable mentions the aviator how the grinch stole christmas step brothers batman begins unbreakable
Nicholas Kaestner (16 days ago)
10. rocky balboa 09. superbad 08. finding nemo 07. shrek 06. school of rock 05. elf 04. cars 03. the dark night 02. anchorman legend of ron burgundy 01. austin powers goldmember
the GamingWizard (17 days ago)
no sign of harry potter??
Varun Sachdeva (18 days ago)
1 the dark knight 2 lord of the rings 3 inception 4 avatar 5 the departed 6 gladiator 7 inglorious bastards 8 intersteller 9 gangs of new york 10 wolf of wallstreet
Sardonic Movie Buff (19 days ago)
Napolean Dynamite Battle Royale American Psycho The Simpsons Movie Inglorious Baterds Rush Hour 2 Spider-Man 2 Death Proof King Kong The Prestige
Adam A (20 days ago)
Near perfect list...dark Knight a deserved number 1
Ripley wright (21 days ago)
Wtf! Tropic thunder didn't even get an honorable mention.
Sumit Barman (22 days ago)
Batman on top. agreed
Ali Saltık (22 days ago)
Revenge of the sith
Yusri Xnimrodx (22 days ago)
The dark knight was great,but lotr should be number 1
WILSON ## (23 days ago)
where is cast away?
slay money (23 days ago)
Jithin M (23 days ago)
Where is inception. And is kill bill better than Inglorious Bastards 🤔
V capri (25 days ago)
1: The Dark Knight 2: There will be Blood 3: 12 Years a Slave 4: Boyhood 5: Lord of the Rings 6: Inception 7: The Departed 8: No country for old men 9: Pans Labrynth 10: The Social Network
PussycatDolls Fanatic (21 days ago)
+V capri P.S I Subbed
V capri (22 days ago)
+PussycatDolls Fanatic , oh ok
PussycatDolls Fanatic (22 days ago)
+V capri It's A Slang From England, Which Means It's A Line From Mean Girls
V capri (22 days ago)
+PussycatDolls Fanatic , what do you mean
PussycatDolls Fanatic (23 days ago)
+V capri Well, That Is So Fetch
Tronchatoro (26 days ago)
Where is requiem for a dream and 8 mile
Dwight Mcclary (28 days ago)
No country for old men it's a fucking gem
gautam govilkar (28 days ago)
Lets see where the Endgame stands at the end of 2020..
Cupcea Gabi (28 days ago)
I still don't know who is better: Marvel or DC Marvel has in present the best movies, but DC has the best superhero movie...
Tyflow (29 days ago)
The Dark Knight is #1. Then all the LOTR movies.
Nick O'Connor (1 month ago)
Gotta love how most of these deal with nothing real. The Dark Knight has complex themes, and The Hurt Locker has real world applications (even though it shouldn't have made the list IMO). Could probably put There Will Be Blood in there too. With that said, I think the most masterful pieces of cinema in the 2000's are the one's that really stopped and made you think (with the exception of a couple of outliers). My list below: 10. TLOTR The Fellowship of the Ring 9. Hotel Rwanda 8. Gran Torino 7. A Beautiful Mind 6. Requiem for a Dream 5. Memento 4. City of God 3. The Pianist 2. The Dark Knight 1. TLOTR The Return of the King Honourable Mentions: Donnie Darko District 9 POTC The Curse of the Black Pearl TLOTR The Two Towers The Departed Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Spirited Away Oldboy American Psycho Finding Nemo There Will be Blood
manas jana (1 month ago)
I don't know why I don't like Lord of the rings
Jahnua Fortescue (25 days ago)
I'd put money on you never having seen them.
Theo M (1 month ago)
1. Harry Potter 3 2. Harry Potter 5 3. Harry Potter 4 4. Harry Potter 1 5 Harry Potter 6 6. Harry Potter 2 7 lord of the rings 3 8. Dark knight 9. Lord of the rings 1 10. Iron man
iDoc43 (1 month ago)
Jung Bálint (1 month ago)
Battle Royale? Django Unchained?
getmarioN64 (1 month ago)
Here’s my list of best films of 2000’s in each decade... - Gladiator (2000) - Ridley Scott - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) - Peter Jackson - The Pianist (2002) - Roman Polanski - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) - Peter Jackson - Million Dollar Baby (2004) - Clint Eastwood - Brokeback Mountain (2005) - Ang Lee - The Departed (2006) - Martin Scorsese - There Will Be Blood (2007) - Paul Thomas Anderson - The Dark Knight (2008) - Christopher Nolan - Avatar (2009) - James Cameron Now here’s more films of 2000’s that critics and audiences alike to recommend to see it (# to Z)... - The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) - Judd Apatow - Adaptation. (2002) - Spike Jonze - Almost Famous (2000) - Cameron Crowe - Amélie (2001) - Jean-Pierre Jeunet - American Gangster (2007) - Ridley Scott - American Psycho (2000) - Mary Harron - Amores Perros (2000) - Alejandro G. Iñárritu - Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) - Adam McKay - Batman Begins (2005) - Christopher Nolan - A Beautiful Mind (2001) - Ron Howard - Black Hawk Down (2001) - Ridley Scott - Blood Diamond (2006) - Edward Zwick - Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006) - Larry Charles - Casino Royale [007] (2006) - Martin Campbell - Cast Away (2000) - Robert Zemeckis - Catch Me If You Can (2002) - Steven Spielberg - Children of Men (2006) - Alfonso Cuarón - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) - David Fincher - The Bourne Trilogy (2002, 2004, 2007) - Doug Liman & Paul Greengrass - Capote (2005) - Bennett Miller - City of God (2002) - Fernando Meirelles - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2001) - Ang Lee - Gangs of New York (2002) - Martin Scorsese - District 9 (2009) - Neil Blomkamp - The Diving Bell of the Butterfly (2007) - Julian Schnabel - Donnie Darko (2001) - Richard Kelly - Downfall (2004) - Oliver Hirschbiegel - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) - Michel Gondry - Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) - Wes Anderson - Finding Nemo (2003) - Andrew Stanton - Gran Torino (2008) - Clint Eastwood - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) - Alfonso Cuarón - The Hangover (2009) - Todd Phillips - A History of Violence (2005) - David Crochenberg - Hot Fuzz (2007) - Edgar Wright - The Hurt Locker (2008) - Kathryn Bigelow - The Incredibles (2004) - Brad Bird - Inglorious Basterds (2009) - Quentin Tarantino - Into the Wild (2007) - Sean Penn - Iron Man (2008) - Jon Favreau - Juno (2007) - Jason Reitman - Little Miss Sunshine (2006) - Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) - Peter Jackson - The Live of Others (2006) - Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck - Kill Bill (2003-2004) - Quentin Tarantino - Lost in Translation (2003) - Sofia Coppola - Ocean’s Eleven (2001) - Steven Soderbergh - Oldboy (2003) - Chan-wook Park - Mean Girls (2004) - Mark Waters - Memento (2000) - Christopher Nolan - Monsters Inc (2001) - Pete Docter - Mulholland Dr. (2001) - David Lynch - No Country for Old Men (2007) - Joel & Ethan Coens - The Notebook (2004) - Nick Cassavetes - Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) - Guillermo del Toro - Paranormal Activity (2007) - Oren Peli - Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) - Gore Verbinski - The Prestige (2006) - Christopher Nolan - Ratatouille (2007) - Brad Bird - Requiem for a Dream (2000) - Darren Afronsky - Saw (2004) - James Wan - Shaun of the Dead (2004) - Edgar Wright - Sideways (2004) - Alexander Payne - Sin City (2005) - Robert Rodriguez - Shrek (2001) - Andrew Adamson & Vicky Jensen - Slumdog Millionaire (2008) - Danny Boyle - Spider-Man & Spider-Man 2 (2002-2004) - Sam Raimi - Spirited Away (2001) - Hayao Miyazaki - The Squid and the Whale (2005) - Noah Baumbach - Superbad (2007) - Greg Motola - Traffic (2000) - Steven Soderbergh - Up (2009) - Pete Docter - WALL-E (2008) - Andrew Stanton - Watchmen (2009) - Zack Snyder - Zodiac (2007) - David Fincher
Stéphane Constant (1 month ago)
that moment when you realize that all of these movies you already watched cause them are in moods on your boxxy software
PussycatDolls Fanatic (1 month ago)
That Is So Fetch :) I'd Recommend 3 Idiots (2009) - Rajkumar Hirani 28 Days Later (2002) - Danny Boyle Charlie & The Chocolate Factory (2005) - Tim Burton Charlie's Angels (2000) - Joseph McGinty "McG" Nichol Dreamgirls (2006) - Bill Condon Ghost World (2001) - Terry Zwigoff Happy Feet (2006) - Warren Miller, George Coleman, Judy Morris Hot Fuzz (2007) - Edgar Wright Legally Blonde (2001) - Robert Luketic Mystic River (2003) - Clint Eastwood School Of Rock (2003) - Richard Linklater V For Vendetta (2005) - James Mctigue Transformers (2007) - Michael Bay The Wrestler (2008) - Darren Aronofsky
e.o.l. (1 month ago)
You forgot "Mulholland Drive" !!!
Arthur H. Tafero (1 month ago)
some of these are fine children's movies like Batman and Incredibles, but you are kidding right? Best movies LOL
PussycatDolls Fanatic (2 days ago)
10. Kill Bill Vol 1. 9. Shrek 8. Finding Nemo/The Incredibles 7. Gladiator 6. No Country For Old Men 5. Inglorious Basterds 4. There Will Be Blood 3. Mean Girls 2. The Dark Knight 1. The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy Honorable Mentions: Almost Famous Casino Royale Pan's Labryinth Batman Begins Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind The Pianist Brokenback Mountain Spirited Away The Notebook Memento
Random videos (1 month ago)
Wtf Prestige
Scarface Killah (1 month ago)
My Top 10 Favourite Movies from the 2000's 10. Rocky Balboa (2006) 9. Pineapple Express (2008) 8. 8 Mile (2002) 7. American Psycho (2000) 6. Taken (2008) 5. King King (2005) 4. The Pianist (2002) 3. The Pursuit of Happyness (2006) 2. Gladiator (2000) 1. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
Sloan (1 month ago)
Beastmode Offroad (1 month ago)
I think remember the titans should be on there
Colin Papp (1 month ago)
I feel like children of men should have at least been an honorable mention
ashok kumar ganesan (1 month ago)
After amazing 1990s, 2000s was a let down
Movie Masters (1 month ago)
No love for Donnie darko
Zatzzo (1 month ago)
the dark knight sucks
mariofan 520 (1 month ago)
You suck
Aidan Byrnes (1 month ago)
A Beautiful Mind?
Stéphane Constant (1 month ago)
an Oscar movie... i saw this movie many times with dubbing and subtitle and always i used boxxy software
Qrqvvt 1 (1 month ago)
My Favorite Movies of 2000s: 1. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 2. The Dark Knight 3. The Hurt Locker 4. Gladiator 5. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 6. Requiem for a Dream 7. Memento 8. Donnie Darko 9. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 10. The Departed 11. No Country for Old Men 12. There Will Be Blood 13. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 14. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 15. Million Dollar Baby 16. Pans Labyrinth 17. Casino Royale 18. The Bourne Ultimatum 19. City of God 20. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 21. Blood Diamond 22. Black Hawk Down 23. District 9 24. Inglourious Basterds 25. Mystic River
Oh Justice! (1 month ago)
So what is a better resource?
J C (1 month ago)
The best place to find movies resides right here in the comment section.
Sergio keko (1 month ago)
You all really missing out on memento
Денис Донин (1 month ago)
Donnie Darko
Tomekmario 2003 (1 month ago)
Swap the hurt locker with inglorious basterds and we have a solid list
Ali Al-hakeem (1 month ago)
My favorite movie is The Dark Knight
Klyntar Spiderman (1 month ago)
The dark knight is overrated
Optimus Prime (1 month ago)
Revenge of the sith and iron man 1 should be on here
Saket Khandelwal (1 month ago)
Where the hell is "inception".. U dumbass😣
Dasarla Karthik (1 month ago)
Dark knight
Vasco Saveri (1 month ago)
Milioni dollari baby?
Apple king (1 month ago)
avatar and troy are way better then most of these crappy ass movies
Harry Difelice (1 month ago)
The two towers was better than the return of the king IMO
EseChava 22 (2 months ago)
Where's Scott pilgrim vs the world?
Sami Shtewi (2 months ago)
trash except the departed
R Islomzoda (2 months ago)
Put a like if you expected any of the 3 The Lord of the Rings movies to be #1 on the list
R Islomzoda (2 months ago)
Come to watch the video or see the comments to pick a good movie to watch???
Nicholas Kaestner (2 months ago)
honorable mentions the aviator step brothers how the grinch stole christmas batman begins tropic thunder
Nicholas Kaestner (2 months ago)
10. rocky balboa 09. superbad 08. finding nemo 07. shrek 06. school of rock 05. elf 04. cars 03. the dark night 02. anchorman legend of ron burgundy 01. austin powers goldmember
L Jj (2 months ago)
Dark knight is easily 1
Terry Malloy (2 months ago)
Far from it
Chen Po (2 months ago)
So where tf is Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone?
Dekin (2 months ago)
Casino Royal shouldn't be on that list
Hafez Ahmadi (2 months ago)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban?
ian polando (2 months ago)
The Lord of the Rings should have been in first place. It even got more Oscars.
Dhirendra Nath Biswas (2 months ago)
Where's war of the worlds?
Spiderman 2 should be in honorable mentions
ninjaypoppadom 72 (2 months ago)
Where's iron man
Giacomo Saccardi99 (2 months ago)
I hate Christopher Nolan his films are overrated, and the trilogy of the dark knight for the cinematic value of a burnt asshole, now I'll tell you why. 1) if a film to be collected a lot does not mean that it is beautiful, citicen kane by orson Welles and was a commercial flop, now many agree on the most beautiful American film of all time. 2) the moral value and the final teaching of the trilogy and the best and most beloved film by Spielberg. 3) the vote of IMDb is based on the appreciation of all those who can vote for the film and give it a vote even to an idiot who thinks that the room is a good movie. 4) all recitals of the actor (apart from that of Heath Ledger) are stylized without emotions and cumbersome, even by Christian Bale who I consider one of the best actors in Hollywood and a fucking expression of mono character. 5) blockbuster! Blockbuster! Blockbuster! Film only for money, art bends to ninety in front of capitalism and the popularity of the masses. Christopher Nolan is certainly a director ... Perhaps one of the best directors .... But commercials, not movies, does not deserve the definition of an artist. 6) once a famous director Jacques rivette said "I like Kubrick, it's nice to see a machine that films the other machines" when I watch a film by Nolan, I think the same thing is due to the fact that Nolan's favorite director is Kubrick.
AG (2 months ago)
A Beautiful Mind? The Pianist? Crouching Tiger? Chicago? Spiderman 2? Aviator? Crash? Master and Commander? Benjamin Button?
Florrie Morrie (2 months ago)
1.dark knight 2. Gladiator. 3.Pirates of the carribbean 2 dead men's chest. 4 Terminator rise of the machines. 5 blood diamond. 6 Casino royal 7 Skyfall 8 Finding nemo 9 the incredibles 10 the hobbit an unexpected journey.
Kelly Clark D (2 months ago)
CineFix can make a better list
Klyntar Spiderman (2 months ago)
Wheres spiderman 2?
Hello (2 months ago)
1. Walter Middy 2. Pan 3. Dragon Tattoo
Winter Studios 12 (2 months ago)
What about Iron Man
480 pixars? Sad.
Mary Richardson (2 months ago)
I feel like 8 mile should a tleast be a honorable mention
what does this button do (2 months ago)
Parthiban Arjuna (2 months ago)
Disappointed tarantito fans hit here
Ranganathan Nathan (2 months ago)
Great choices. Dark knight is the greatest movie of all time
Iphone 5 (2 months ago)
2:10 Number what ?
Filmistan Entertainment (2 months ago)
#1 Dark Knight really loved

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